It's rumoured that Dennis Björklund once said:
> There is no declaration of charset in the main webpage. Something like
> <meta content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"
> http-equiv="Content-Type">
> would be nice. What is worse is that there are several charsets used.
> In the International part I have to set mozilla to use utf-8 for it to
> be rendered correctly and in the Event part I have to tell mozilla to
> use iso-8859-1. There is not one setting that can show the whole page.
> There really should be only one charset on the page, and it should be
> specified so that the browser can show it right and not have to guess.

There was. Justin, did you say you tweaked the charset the other day? I
don't have my email archives to hand...
Regards, Dave.

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